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Have you or a family member recently suffered an injury in an accident in southeastern Pennsylvania? Depending on the circumstances of the accident, you may be eligible for a workers’ compensation claim or personal injury claim.

When going up against an insurance company, it is crucial to secure skilled representation, as insurance companies often challenge and dispute workers’ compensation and personal injury claims.

You need a team of lawyers you can trust to stand behind you with force in this David and Goliath case.
Reach out to our team at Win Big Law to learn more about your rights and options. We are here to help you get the financial compensation you deserve.

Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Southeastern Pennsylvania

Win Big Law Firm fights to win the maximum rewards for each workers’ compensation claim that we handle. If you are no longer able to work, you need Win Big Law Firm to help you get what you deserve to get back on your feet.

Areas in Southeastern Pennsylvania Win Big Serves

Win Big Law - Frank Udinson

Frank Udinson, Esq.,


Frank Udinson is a partner with Win Big Law and focuses his practice primarily on Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law, personal injury law, and Veterans Benefits.

In the Spring of 2013, Mr. Udinson was accredited by the Veterans’ Administration as an attorney to assist with claims for VA benefits.

Prior to founding Win Big Law, Mr. Udinson practiced at one of Pennsylvania’s preeminent workers’ compensation law firms. Initially, after completing law school in 2010, Mr. Udinson worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted criminal cases in Municipal Court. Over the years, Mr. Udinson has obtained over 1 million dollars in benefits for veterans and has assisted thousands of injured workers in obtaining workers’ compensation benefits.

Mr. Udinson obtained his law degree from the Widener University’s Delaware School of Law, where he graduated magna cum laude, and earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from DeSales University in 2007.

Shuaiyb Newton

Shuaiyb Newton, Esq.,


Shuaiyb Newton is a partner with Win Big Law and focuses his practice primarily on Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law. His legal career has revolved around protecting and fighting for victims and he brings that spirit to the fight for every right due to injured workers.

Most recently, Mr. Newton represented victims of crime in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania as an Assistant United States Attorney, focusing on crimes against children and the community. Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Mr. Newton was among the top homicide prosecutors in the state of Pennsylvania. In Philadelphia, he established an impeccable winning record of securing justice for the families of murder victims.
Now he is applying his experience battling in the criminal courts of Philadelphia to the fight for the working people of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Newton obtained his law degree from the Widener University’s Delaware School of Law and earned his bachelor’s degree in Sport and Recreation Management from Temple University in 2003.

Marisa Hill, Esq.,

Marisa Hill, Esq.,


Marisa Hill is a partner with Win Big Law and focuses her practice primarily on Pennsylvania workers’ compensation cases. Prior to joining Win Big, Ms. Hill practiced workers’ compensation law with a regional defense firm for 9 years and reviewed contracts for one of the largest multinational pharmaceutical companies.

Ms. Hill graduated from Saint Joseph’s University with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Services and received her J.D. from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law with a concentration in Health Care Law. At Drexel, she served as the Co-President of the Health Law Society, was elected member of the Student Bar Association, and was a Marshall-Brennan Fellow.

Her charitable activities include the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, with whom she spent a year in Milwaukee, Wisconsin working at a community clinic that served uninsured patients. She has shared her time working as a medical assistant and coordinator of the clinic’s Patient Assistance Program, which provides free medication for patients who qualify financially. She has also taught constitutional law to Philadelphia public high school students.